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Daubeney Fields
Local greening action. Don't just complain. Do something.
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Daubeney Fields 12h
Today. Come and help if you can.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 19
Our office has found that spraying mist on an indoor plant is a much more relaxing way of relieving tension than squeezing fumes from a plastic stress ball.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 18
Thank you for your support. It was exciting to hear visionary thinking around transforming the public realm to benefit the environment and residents.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 18
Research shows that a weekly two hour nature burst improves health. There's no park near our office so I can't take my team out to nature. But I can bring nature to my team thanks to
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Daubeney Fields Jun 17
Replying to @portobelly
Thanks for the tip. I'll follow her too.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 16
That sets the bar. Perhaps all the councils declaring climate emergencies can follow suit?
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Clapton Blues Jun 13
"Getting out in nature seems to be good for just about everybody. It doesn’t have to be physical exercise – it could be just sitting on a bench.” "I am continually surprised by the size of the effect." I'm not. "Tranquillity is the key." .
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Daubeney Fields Jun 12
New steel planters at Daubeney Primary School reclaimed by residents from garage doors in nearby car park redevelopment. Now full of plants reclaimed from the Chelsea Flower Show. #10×Greener.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 12
The crowd funder for a natural, green play space at Daubeney Primary School is now 75% funded. 88 people have raised almost £4k. If another 12 people pledge just £5 each this week, the Mayor of London will help get it over the line.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 11
Hackney Council is building a row of houses on the car park. The garden is being moved to a nearby permanent site.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 11
Residents are turning reclaimed garage doors from a car park redevelopment into steel planters for local primary school. It's the latest project to make our streets .
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Daubeney Fields Jun 10
Yes, businesses and residents getting involved all along the High Street.
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Daubeney Fields Jun 10
We're getting ready for the festival in July - putting in a pollution busting plant barrier on the Linzell Estate Garden on Homerton High Street. . #10×Greener.
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Mike Hudema Jun 2
Wow. Mexico City's roadways are going green as highway columns are turned into vertical gardens. We have the solutions to the crisis. The only thing missing is the political will to implement them. ⁠
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Daubeney Fields Jun 3
Thank you
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Daubeney Fields Jun 1
Replying to @more_for_mamas
email london@nationaltrust.org.uk
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Daubeney Fields Jun 1
Yes please. Can you msg me with details? Thanks.
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Michael Liebreich May 31
97,000 signatures down, just 3,000 to go! One final push and Parliament will have to debate this petition: "Restore nature on a massive scale to help stop climate breakdown". Come on UK tweeps!
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Daubeney Fields May 31
We’ve teamed with @nationaltrustlondon to Plant Homerton High Street for London's Festival in July. We’d love to hear about/see photos of any well planted High Streets for inspiration. Pls reply and share. Tx.
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Daubeney Fields May 28
That's great news. Although it looks like the turf is starting to suffer a bit
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